Discover the monuments and sites not to be missed in the Paris region. You will find on this page the sites not to be missed during a stay in Paris. The Saint-Denis Basilica, the Stade de France or the Puces de Saint-Ouen are must-sees when you come to the Paris region. Other sites to discover are the Air and Space Museum in Le Bourget and the park of La Villette in Paris. To go further, don't miss the cruises on the canals of Paris, the visit of the popular Parisian districts and the best street art spots in Paris.
The Basilica is an early example of Gothic architecture, the necropolis of the French kings, and houses a collection unique in Europe of funerary statues and tombs dating from the XIIth to the XVIth centuries.
The Air and Space Museum in Paris Le Bourget is home to the oldest, and one of the richest, collection of authentic aircraft and spacecraft in the world.
The Saint-Ouen Flea Market (Paris-Clignancourt), the world’s largest antiques market, combines a remarkable diversity of exhibits with an astonishing mix of visitors. Explore the various markets while you hunt for bargains on Saturdays, Sundays or Mondays, or during special events such as the Nuit des Puces or the Festival Jazz Manouche...
The Stade de France, scene of the last World Cup of the twentieth century, is the leading stadium of the third millennium.
La Villette, the largest landscaped park in Paris, stages new original artistic events in the setting of its spectacular buildings: the Park de la Villette, Grande Halle de la Villette, the Cité de la Musique, the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie (City of Science and Industry) and the Géode. Outdoor games for children... Discover la Villette park
Explore the highlights of our industrial visits featuring entertainment, cultural, design events on Monday. Opt for a visit to the museum ; the territory boasts of some of the most impressive permanent air and space collection, royal heritage or choose to spend the day at a fair and exhibition on Tuesday.
Choose one of our family-friendly outings on Wednesday for either a sports or cultural afternoon with children. Enjoy your Thursday in one of our major shopping centers which includes cinemas and restaurants.
Find out more about activities on Friday! Browse in our list of things to do if you just feel like getting out or take a break in a park if you are a nature lover to get away from the urban stress.
For a chlorophyll-filled day with family, children and friends on Saturday, here is a list of parks and channels that caters to cyclists, runners and pedestrians. Planning a picnic on Sunday ? Our green spaces feature shaded rest areas and fauna and flora viewing areas. You can also prepare you stag do or hen party in Paris.
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Browse in our list of general events in the northeast of Paris for our remarkable permanent collection of not-to-be-missed visits.
The Shoah Memorial is located in Drancy, in front of "Cité de la Muette" one of the first social low-income housing which became in 1942 a transit camp for the regroupment of Jews for deportation to the extermination camps.
In addition to the Air and Space Museum in Le Bourget and the Musée de la Musique in La Villette, North-Eastern Paris is home to over a dozen museums, one of the most prestigeous among them being the Musée d'Art et d'Histoire.